Aaron Boyden <aaron_boyden at banet.net> writes:
>In the course of decades of serious effort, nobody has managed to find a counter-example
>to Church's thesis. If that thesis is true, then there is no such thing as non-machine
>intelligence; we're all Turing machines.
Sorry, Aaron, but the claim is absurd. Church's thesis is about what
we would consider to be computation. It is a mathematical thesis
which says nothing about the real world.